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For the first time in glee club history, the students give the teachers, Will and Finn, an assignment to hash out the tension between them. Meanwhile, Santana becomes increasingly suspicious of Brody's side job
The episode begins with Artie, Tina, and Blaine talking to Will and Finn. They're discussing their recent awkwardness, after Finn’s confession about kissing Emma. They know that their two leaders are feuding and, with Regionals coming up, they want both of them on the same side. They decide to give them an assignment where both of them will perform the same song, using the theme of feuds. In NY, Rachael and Santana are at a clinic, and the doctor tells Rachel that she is not pregnant. Rachael is relieved. Santana tells her to consider this as a wake-up call, and assess her relationship with Brody. ..Read the full recap
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|Brenda K Starr/ Nicki Minaj||I Still Believe/ Super Bass|| |
|Elton John/Madonna||The Bitch is Back/Dress You Up|| |
|Marina and the Diamonds||How to be a Heartbreaker|| |
|N'Sync/Backstreet Boys||Bye Bye Bye/ I Want It That Way|| |
|Paula Abdul||Cold Hearted|| |
|Tegan and Sara||Closer|| |
Sue to Tina: "Why don't you go find yourself a new boyfriend? I'm pretty sure Lance Bass is available."
Marley: "What was I supposed to do? It's not like he took a running start."
Jake: "You were supposed to not let him think it was even a possibility."
The mash-up of Bye Bye Bye by N'Sync and I Want It That Way by the Backstreet Boys was a reference to their real life feud at the height of their fame.
Blaine and Sue facing off was a reference to the feud in real life between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj. The two had a very public fight over the popular show American Idol while they were judges.
Sue tells Tina to "go find herself a new boyfriend, I'm pretty sure Lance Bass is available." This refers to the member of N'Sync that ended up coming out years after the bands break-up. It is also a reference to how Tina pursued Blaine despite him being gay.